Here is the chance to put those lockdown gym sessions to the test in aid of charity.
Charity YMCA Dulverton Group will host the day camps for seven weeks beginning in July.
It is believed the Government’s coronavirus response could mean some people are on unemployment-related benefits while still being employed.
The stores will accept donations, although will not be begin trading until a later date.
Recent NHS England figures show an increase in NHS 111 calls across the South West in May.
Almost £200,000 worth of government funding will be invested into safe trading practices for businesses in high streets and other retail areas.
Wrington Vale’s first female member has transferred from another district’s club.
Wrington Rotarians have delivered PPE to care homes across the South West.
School nurses have issued a reminder that their service across North Somerset is still available during the coronavirus pandemic.
A Nailsea-based businesswoman has raised more than £1,200 for the NHS by hand-making Gnorbits.
Thousands of people in North Somerset have contacted the NHS 111 service to report coronavirus symptoms since March, new figures show.
Communities across Somerset are being urged to continue to be ‘good neighbours’ for residents continuing to self-isolate as lockdown restrictions ease.
The Government’s system went live on May 28, with a North Somerset resident in charge of the operation.
Twenty two more cases of coronavirus have been recorded in North Somerset, according to Public Health England (PHE) figures.
More than £1million has been raised by The Quartet Community Foundation for the Coronavirus 2020 Response Fund.
More than 200 fines have been handed to people in Avon and Somerset for allegedly flouting Covid-19 lockdown laws, new figures reveal.
More than 150 potential victims of modern slavery were referred to police in North Somerset last year, according to Home Office figures.
The Rotarians were helped by social media users with their PPE effort.
A Public Health England report has revealed the numbers after Boris Johnson described ‘awful epidemics in care homes’.
Guest judges include stars from the West end’s Hamilton, Strictly Come Dancing and The Voice UK.
The Somerset Freemasons has called it a ‘very deserving charity’.
The competition puts the big questions affecting us all to young students.
North Somerset’s coastline will shine blue to honour the NHS
A street in Bleadon has been serenaded over the past few weeks, every Thursday night as part of their Clap for Carers event.
The nursery’s founder says she has had parents contact her ‘in tears’ due to the lack of childcare avaliable.
North Somerset Council have added to their already extensive list of online books and courses for isolated bookworms.
Bristol Water and Wessex Water have confirmed the offer.
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Comedian Eddie Large, known for one half of double-act Little and Large, has died of coronavirus aged 78.
A man who drove 100 miles to see his girlfriend is among the 23 people fined by Avon and Somerset Police for defying ‘sensible advice’ during the coronavirus lockdown.
The Government’s chief scientific adviser, Sir Patrick Vallance has said the coronavirus pandemic will deepen over the next two to three weeks.
This year’s Weston Air Festival has been cancelled due to the corinavirus pandemic.
Eat:Festivals will launch a virtual festival due to the spread of COVID-19.
Churches in Clevedon are working together to help people who are self-isolating.
People in Portishead have rallied together to support the community’s most vulnerable people since coronavirus hit the UK.
‘Tears are not going to help at this moment’ says the family of North Somerset pensioners stuck in Asia after contracting coronavirus.
The North Somerset animal sanctuary says it is facing ‘uncertainty’ amid the coronavirus outbreak.
A parish council has launched a new scheme to help those affected by Covid-19.